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A Taste of Nate (2006) online
Original Title :
A Taste of Nate
Genre :
Movie / Short
Year :
2006
Directror :
Jim McGorman
Cast :
Howard Candie,Cliff Lamar,Nate Wiley
Budget :
$15,000
Type :
Movie
Time :
4min
Rating :
6.7/10
A Taste of Nate (2006) online

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A look at Nate Wiley and his trio, the Crowd Pleasers, performing at Bob and Barbara's Lounge in Philadelphia: Nate on tenor, Cliff Lamar on drums, and Howard Candie on the Hammond B3. Each of the men talks a bit as the soundtrack plays their jazz. We see the club, a bar really, informal, except for these three elegantly dressed older musicians.

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A look at Nate Wiley and his trio, the Crowd Pleasers, performing at Bob and Barbara's Lounge in Philadelphia: Nate on tenor, Cliff Lamar on drums, and Howard Candie on the Hammond B3. Each of the men talks a bit as the soundtrack plays their jazz. We see the club, a bar really, informal, except for these three elegantly dressed older musicians. Pabst Blue Ribbon is the beer, swing is the rhythm; the colors of the lounge are bright.
Credited cast:
Howard Candie Howard Candie - Himself
Cliff Lamar Cliff Lamar - Himself
Nate Wiley Nate Wiley - Himself


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Abywis

This film was a mini documentary about a musical combo who have been performing in lounges for years. Though they aren't famous, they love what they do and there is a great nobility about the way they do their jobs and still take pride even though they all appear to be in their 70s.

This is one of the most exciting short films I have seen in a long time. Now I am not talking about the subject matter, but am talking instead about how expertly it was handled. Imagine doing a nice profile on some interesting but unheralded men in only 4 minutes! And, in the process, lots of great but non-intrusive video techniques are used to bring it all to life and infect the viewer with the spirits of these men. I really doubt if given 4 minutes, Kurosawa or Truffaut could have done a better job. I am REALLY looking forward to more from this team and wouldn't mind seeing what they could do with the same subject if they had a whopping 10 or even 15 minutes! This is wonderfully crafted film making.